COVID-19, “Shelter in Place,” – Day 6
Journal – March 21, 2020: “My sister, Michele called. She went to Dutchman’s and bought 50 pounds of white potatoes, 50 pounds of red potatoes, and 25 pounds of carrots. She shared them with family and will can the rest. There were no carrots in the store but God provided them another way – for free!
I texted my friend Brenda and asked how to use Boric acid. She is a nurse on the worship team. Sunday, I asked for help with my clogged tear duct. She mentioned Boric Acid. (It’s not the same as Borax.) She was getting groceries for herself and her parents. She offered to get me some. She bought the last bottle in town. I printed off instructions from leaf.tv and used it to soak my eyes.”
Ecclesiastes 10:19, “…money answers everything.”Common English Bible
“Our money is everyone’s answer.”Common English Bible Translation Note
“Yet another translation could be ‘money preoccupies everyone.'”Common English Bible Note on Ecclesiastes 10:19
“In the final reflections before closing the poem, the Teacher discusses what one should do, given the brevity of life. This involves charity, taking risks while working wisely, and enjoying life while one can.”Common English Bible Notes on Ecclesiastes 11:1-10
“The Bible teaches that God wants you to have enough money to:
1. Provide for the needs of your family and help them succeed. …
2. Tithe and finance His work. …
3. Pay your taxes and your obligations. …
4. Send His word to the four corners of the world. …
5. Help the poor and needy. …”“The Word for You Today” 3-21-2020
When the shelves are empty, it doesn’t matter how much money you have. When the shelves are empty, God provides through other people.
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